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people may need jacket. much different than yesterday morning. >> that is right. you'll feel the difference and it is the official start to spring but mother nature is not ready to let go of this winter weather. we already have freeze watches and warns in charlotte. that goes tonight into monday morning. that is the sign of the cold air on the way. right now, it is chilly to start the day off, lower 40s so if you're heading to church, it is palm sunday. grab a jacket. upper 30s in the mountains and it is not going to warm up much throughout the day. we're running 15 to 20 degrees colder in some spots than yesterday so you'll notice that difference and the chill will stick around throughout the day. we have some rain that pushed through overnight, but showers today. >> you can always stay on top of the changing weather conditions in your
not on the air. download the app for free and stay informed even weather alerts. we're following breaking news this morning. north carolina highway troopers are investigating a deadly crash. this crash happened around 2:00 this morning. two lanes were closed overnight for several hours with traffic passing through on the median. around 5:15 this morning, those lanes reopenednt we're asking troopers for more information on the people who were killed and what led up to the crash. cmpd is investigating two homicides in charlotte that happened in very busy areas yesterday including one right next to a ymca filled with chipped records and families. the first started off on central avenue in east charlotte. then hours later, police were called to a deadly shooting on donald ross road near west boulevard.
>> reporter: police are still looking for suspects. people we spoke with say this violence has to stop. just before 11:00 saturday morning, police were called to east charlotte where they found jeffrey johnson with multiple gunshot wounds, he was pro mentioned dead at the scene. it happened yards from a busy area of restaurants and people going about their day. >> my niece, i have her all the time and i used to be out here in the streets. >> reporter: before 2:00 p.m., another deadly shooting in west charlotte. 27-year-old jacorei davis was also pronounced dead at the scene. for hours they collected evidence as people close to davis rushed to the area devastated by his death. the west charlotte shooting happened where families were
>> i was like going into the building and a lot of police started showing up in the area. >> they could kill an innocent child. it is bad. >> reporter: area residents tell us they want the violence to stop. >> it is a continuous thing. >> reporter: does it scare you? >> yes. it is frightening. >> reporter: police say the shooting in west charlotte was not a random act of violence. there have been eight homicides in the city of charlotte in 2016. elsa gillis, channel 9 eyewitness news. >> >> the increase in violence has the police chief acting for more help on the streets. he asked for 125 additional officers, 80 support staff positions as well, a 17 million doll last request. city council members are putting together a budget. they have not determined how they will pay for that request.
news alert as we heard about both homicides. cmpd is searching for an attempted murder suspect that cut off his electronic monitor. officers are looking for nais man, christopher crittenton. they say he cut off his electronic monitor around last night. he was ordered to wear it on a condition of his pretrial release. along with the attempted first- degree murder charge, he faces robbery charges. >> >> police responded to an armed robbery in that same area last night. cmpd told us it happened at a speedway gas station on university city boulevard. this morning, we are asking if anyone was injured or if police have any suspects. troopers are investigating a crash in shelby that killed a 16-year-old girl after the car she was in broke down in the middle of the road. officers say the teen and a passenger got out of their car at the intersection of boarders and oak grove roads around 1:00 yesterday morning.
of the car when two other vehicles hit them. the passenger was taken to cm c in charlotte. we're asking investigators if the other drivers are going to face any charges. power is back on at a south charlotte apartment complex after a car slammed into it. a neighbor said he heard a car engine racing there. he said that when he looked out the window, the car crashed into the building. medic took the driver to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. >> >> people in greenville, south carolina held a vigil for a police officer killed in the line of duty last week. you can see here in this photo, residents turned to allen jacobs' patrol car into a shrine. they left flowers and other tributes. jacobs was shot and killed friday by the 17-year-old gang member according to police. jacobs was questioning mackey about a gun purchase but he
jacobs was an iraq war veteran and married with a child on the way. >> >> president barack obama will travel to cuba for a three-day historic trip following a breakthrough between relations in the countries. this is the first time a u.s. president has been to cuba since 1928. the u.s. economic embargo is still in place which only congress can lift. president obama will meet with the nation's leader. u.s. hotel company star wood signed a deal to renovate and run three crew ban hotels. u.s. chains will be back on the island for the first time in 50 years. all are state run so the deal signed yesterday puts a major u.s. corporation into business with the cuban government. united states health officials are reminding the president and other oh specials
the centers for disease control and prevention is adding the island to the travel notice about virus. the virus has not been a factor in the president's travel decision and is not expected to be in the future. zika virus heavily impacted the caribbean and latin american countries and brazil. it is linked to serious birth defects. it is known to cause adult paralysis. there are six cases right here in north carolina. >> >> investigators are looking into possible pilot error or other mechanical failures as a deadly cause of a plane crash in russia. investigators suggested bad weather could be the reason the flight crashed killing 62 people. they say if the crash was not a mechanical failure, it may have been caused by the pilot not hand lick the weather
all 62 people on board were killed when that flight crashed in southern russia friday night. the victims include 55 passengers and 7 crew members. officials do not believe there were any americans on board that flight. right now the fbi is investigating a body found on the campus. we have learned an autopsy is set for tomorrow. the body was found behind a maintenance building friday night. right now the police chief does not believe the person is a student, faculty or staff member at the college. the battle over north carolina's governor seat could be the most expensive gubernatorial race in the country. they won in the primaries. the two campaigns have already raised more than $13 million combined with cooper raising the most. experts expect the race to be pretty fight. this week a judge could decide if lawmakers have to
again in the state. they said to expect a decision soon. the lines could change. experts say the uncertainty could confuse voters during the june 7th special primary. 6:09 right now. this week we could find out if there will be a special session to overturn the nondiscrimination ordinance. 50 people protested outside the government center in uptown. their biggest concern is the part of the ordinance that allows transgender people to use bathrooms they identify with. some call it a safety concern. they said there is no research to support those claims. we have been following this for more than a year to see more on both sides of the issue head to wsoctv.com. you'll find out coverage under the news tab. taking a live look outside. get ready if you're heading out. it is a lot cooler than it was
vicki graf has an update for us on the cooling conditions. well good sunday morning. it is a cloudy and cooler start to the day. that is going to be it trend through the afternoon. it is quiet now. the showers that pushed through have cleared. as we head through your hour-by- hour forecast for the first part of the day, can't rule out a few stray showers. in the mountains cold enough for some rain to mix in with a few flurries and then more steady rain well push through. if you're heading out for a round of golf, i'll tell you how long the weather will stick around. >> 6:10. the white house says two americans were killed in a suicide bombing in turkey. they were among five people killed and dozens more injured in the attack yesterday. we checked overnight and their identities have not been released. there has been no immediate claim of responsibility. this is the sixth suicide bombing in turkey in the past year.
clover town council member againsted a proposed 180-foot cell tower is trying to show residents how tall that tower would be. council member put up balloons at the south edge of town to show what is would look like if a cell tower will build there. >> they will ask them to stop the project. neighbors worry it will be an eyesore and hurt their property values. the hearing begins at 11:00 thursday in york. taking a look at this. this is a shocking video. several students got into a fight at a school event. at 6:45, the precautions police took to prevent more fights. protestors continue disrupting donald trump's rallies. >> he literally represents the worst parts of america. >> the fights we saw break out this weekend and a possible tussle with a campaign
good sunday morning. happy first day of spring. feeling a little below average out there this morning. this is a live look at our speedway cam. we are tracking a couple of rain showers coming through our area later, also cooler temperatures. we'll check in with vicki in a bit. investigators are trying to figure out who convinced a 4th grader to share a nude video of her. she was on musical .ly. they told her to switch to the popular app kick.
jerks convinced the girl to record herself and share it. that video is online now and investigators say they may not be able to figure out who that stranger was. >> this is a lesson learned. people have to understand technology is getting to the point where some things, we just cannot get to and especially if they are using certain type of internet access. >> the sheriff's office said the girl is doing okay. her parents came forward and contacted law enforcement after they found it's on the phone. >> at only surviving suspects accused it deadly paris attacks is starting a legal. he faces charges of terrorist murder and participating in a terrorist organization. this was after he was captured friday during a raid. yesterday he told belgium officials he wanted to blow
on november 13th but he backed out at the last minute. the attorney representing some of the victims hopes he will be back in france to answer to those charges. victims themselves, they want and need, they will ask to have an answer. they have a lot of questions. they killed 130 people during those attacks. france issued more charges to speed up his extradition. some south carolina residents are dealing with a new problem following last october's flooding. they are now dealing with mold. some victims are finding the mold after affects of the storm. they are as troublesome as the flood itself because they have little to know help from fema or their homeowners insurance. we're tracking rain for our area a little later today. >> that is right. the flood threat will stay low
possible and we'll see snow developing in the mountains. could see some accumulating in some of the higher peaks. right now things are quiet. rain passed through last night. it has cleared off starting to hug the coast of the carolinas and then this next system is on its way. you are heading out to church, it is palm sunday. [ no audio. ] not going to add up to a lot. you'll notice the showers will be few and far between, however, the rain will mix in with some snow flurries in the mountains. throughout the afternoon, you will notice the steadier batch of rain that will roll through the mountains and make a run for charlotte later tonight so by 8:00, 9:00s we'll have a better chance for steady rain.
it will where out overnight and then it is about the cold air that will settle in through the overnight hours. a low threat for rain. it is not going to add up to a whole lot. we won't see any storms out of this, but it will be cooler. we'll keep the clouds around throughout the day today and temperatures will struggle to reach 50 degrees. >> we're in the mid to low 40s so we're running 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. you'll notice that difference. the mountains mid- to upper 30s. grab the jacket. by 9:00, still cloudy. mid-40s. as we head toward lunchtime the clouds will stick around, upper 40s and highs today much cooler than yesterday. yesterday, early on in the day we reached 70 degrees. however, the winds started to shift around so you felt the cool air yesterday afternoon. it will stay on the cooler side today. close to 50 degrees this afternoon, but some spots won't
your neighborhood forecast. cloudy. can't rule out a few sprinkles. highs today around 50 degrees. wake ing up tomorrow morning, keep in mind we have some freeze warnings and watches in place north of charlotte. could see some frost in some spots as well. mid 20s in the mountains. close to the freezing mark as you head through the charlotte area. you'll need to bundle up tomorrow morning. highs in the mid-50s tomorrow afternoon. should be around 64 degrees this time of year. also a little windy tomorrow, as well. tuesday, closer to average. then wednesday more sunshine, mid-70s. a little warmer as we head through the end on the week. your five-day forecast, shows unsettled weather for today. the official start to spring. grab the jackets and rain gear just in case. you can track the showers with the wsoc weather app.
sunny midweek but it is hard to imagine we saw 86 degrees and now we're struggling to reach 50. >> night and day. this is how we welcome spring, a little below regular not freezing. >> thank you. today is palm sunday, the start of the holy week. this is a live look at the vatican. you can see a large crowd there. pope francis is officiating. lots of people just taking their time observing this holy day, the start of this holy week. palm sunday is followed by good friday and easter which is next sunday. >> a charlotte woman is working beauty. a health scare. how her fighting spirit is giving her a national platform to inspire others. >> reporter: everydayte gives her upper body a workout
but she struggles to tell you about it herself. five years ago she had a seizure and stroke, lost 80% of her memory and her talk is limited. >> when she first thought it out, she was more like a vegetable. to see how far she has came is truly a blessing. >> reporter: she is a fighter and now she won't let anyone help her get on the exercise machine. there is no lift in her two- story home. this is how she gets down the steps. >> that is why she is also passionate about a career in modeling. someone noticed her pictures online and that led to this moment as she was crowned. a pageant for women in wheelchairs. >> she always wanted to do that.
she has an even bigger goal. >> i want to be the first wheelchair woman. >> to inspire others who are just like her. >> because you're in a wheelchair doesn't mean that you can't be crowned as a queen or that you're not beautiful. >> reporter: stephanie maxwell, channel 9 eyewitness news. >> >> cell phone cameras captured several fights at u.n. c greensboro this weekend. this is part of the video. at 6:45, the steps police took to prevent even more fights and the stories witnesses are recounting this morning. if you were hacked last year, be sure to watch your taxes this year. at 6:30, the steps you can take to prevent being hacked again. first, chester county officials want the dot to do a
this good sunday morning. taking a live look at the skyline there. beautiful view of the city of charlotte and all the lights 6:25. starting off in the 40s. today. we'll get an update from vicki in a few minutes. >> tomorrow the chester county council plans to possibly vote on a new dot study that would look at a deadly stretch of highway 9 nicknamed dead man's curve. there have been several crashes on that stretch of road. this is from march 7th. a work van crossed into
logging truck head on. this dot study would look at how many vehicles travel on that road. it is tomorrow night on main street. >> we're starting off in the 40s. definitely felt a lot cooler than when i walked out yesterday morning. >> we're about 15 degrees cooler. keep the jackets and rain gear handy throughout the day today. at any point we could see sprinkles. tracking the threat for snow in the mountains and in the next half hour, i'll break down how much snow the mountains will see but it is going to be cooler. highs around 50 degrees for the official start to spring. police are investigating college students now after several fights. just look at this. this is video of the chaos. this was at u.n. c greensboro this weekend.
candidate ficial. now, channel 9 eyewitness news sunday morning continues. chaos at president candidate donald trump rallies continuing with protestors blocking cars on a highway. the response from trump this morning and why they keep showing up. this morning, you , we're in the 40s right now. the warnings and advisories in place for those in the mountains and when we're going to see rain here in charlotte. good morning.
let's check in with meteorologist vicki graf. much cooler this morning, 15 degrees cooler you said. >> that is right. you'll need the jackets as well as the rain gear. a few spotty showers possible throughout the afternoon. here is a look at the temperatures across the area. we're in the mid to low 40s so you'll feel that chill. mid- to upper 30s in the mountains. keep in mind it is palm sunday today. . cloudy and cooler with a little bit of a breeze and highs today around 50 degrees here in charlotte, and that is well below average. there will be threats for showers in charlotte and a threat for snow in the mountains. we're following breaking news this morning. north carolina highway troopers investigating a deadly crash on 485 outer near providence road.
two lanes were closed overnight for several hours. they just reopened around 5:15. we're asking troopers about what led up to this crash and who those victims are. new this morning, republican front-runner donald trump, his manager appeared to grab a protestor by the collar and it was caught on video last night. it shows he reached for the man's collar as a security officer also grabs him from behind. a spokesperson said he was speaking with the protestor when that person was pulled from behind and to his left. sources told cnn the protestor had been asked to leave prior to that altercation. this comes as push back from donald trump continues. elizabeth has the later on the campaign trail. >> reporter: a protestor
fight during donald trump's rally in tucson, arizona. >> the other guy is wearing a ku klux klan outfit. he thinks he is wonderful. >> in new york thousands of protestors clashed with trump supporters outside the trump tower. [crowd noise] >> he literally represents the worst parts of america and he is bringing out the garbage. >> reporter: they predict he will win the presidential nomination. >> to be the future of the republican party, you have to go through trump, right? >> reporter: ted cruz is trying to put the brakes on the trump bandwagon now that the republican establish the is backing him. >> we should appeal to the values that bring us together that we believe in. >> reporter: john kasich, still
>> i don't frankly folks care about polls. >> bernie sanders in arizona dismissing any track of the democrats uniting behind hillary clinton. >> some of the largest things in this country, states article cal, new york state, washington state, they have not yet cast a vote. just two weeks ago deputies say a protestor was hit by a trump supporter. they say he punched him. investigators say a group of deputies saw that attack but didn't do anything. flee deputies were demoted and suspend the witness out pay for five days. two others were suspended without pay for three days. you can catch up for the latest information on our website wsoctv.com. you will find all over those stories under our news tab. 6:34 right now.
primary race after it was a close call. a candidate demanded a recountn't only 28 votes separate them. on friday officials started recounting the votes. it is expected to be done by tuesday. the race may have been close because of the i-77 tol lane fight. davis ran his campaign on a no toles program while jeter first threw his support behind the project but since changed his mind. dozens marched calling a tense to an 18-year-old in the jail. protestors believe u.s. immigration officials waited until he turned 18 targeted him and say they then arrested him at the school bus stop. his parents said the latin american coalition said he is working with members of congress, attorneys and hopes
>> many of this youth didn't have appropriate representation in court. a judge ordered his deportation and said officers picked him up outside his home. >> >> testimony will pick up tomorrow after a trial of a man who is accused of killing his girl. >> she was not breathing at a hotel. he asked the judge friday to delays trial, but the state argued against it. the medical examiner and officer who responded to the scene both testified friday. new this morning, officials are issuing a warning orn tax fraud saying if your return was hacked last year, there is a growing threat of tax return fraud not happening to victims once but twice. hackers grabbed her return filed on turbo tax and diverted it to a bank account that did not belong to her. this year they filed a fake
how much is this happening where someone is a victim not once but twice? >> nobody is sure yet. this is sort of a new and unfortunate growing area. >> this month the irs suspended pin numbers for fraud victims saying they found 800 returns showing those pins. use long and strong passwords and don't fall for phishing scams that ask for your personal information or a phone call saying it is the i.r.s. >> if you have been a victim before, you can sign up for a sophisticated credit monitoring program that will track when your identity is being used. two homicides under investigation right now. at the top of the hour, the reason the location has some families on edge. and this video shows a massive brawl at u.n. c greensboro this weekend during
jacket as you head out the door this morning. we're in the mid to low 40s right now. the mountains in the mid- to upper 30s the we'll struggle to warm up throughout the day today keeping the clouds around, not as much sunshine as yesterday. we did have rain that pushed through overnight. that is clearing out, but more showers are possible as we go throughout the day so we'll need the rain gear as well. cloudy and cooler, barely making it to 50 degrees here in charlotte with a threat for spotty showers today. snow in the mountains. even colder overnight. i'll pinpoint how cold it will get coming up. >> >> they will open for the 2016 season. season pass holders will get to experience the all new plants versus zombies warfare arena. >> this is the world's first experience. the 2016 season kickoff starts on friday and lasts through the weekend. there are several events
on wsoctv.com. cmpd is investigating two homicides in the city in just one day. at the turnpike of the hour, the reason some people are on edge because of the location of one of those homicides. a south carolina teacher is suing after a student found naked pictures of her on her phone and posted them. at 6:45, the reasons her attorneys filed a lawsuit. >> first, police are trying to figure out what started this massive start at unc greensboro.
you can see the fights happening during a school event on campus. the school said there were two aggravated assaults, one happened inside the gym, the other in the parking lot. this only shows part of what happened. a student was knocked out. >> somebody got real beat up real bad with chairs and stuff. they got injured real bad and i think it is real sad it happened to him. >> it is not clear yet what caused all of this chaos but police had to close down four streets to control the crowd. university officials did not go on a lockdown and nor an ear merle sy alert because the was contained. they are trying to identify the suspects involved. 6:44 right now. new this morning, some local clerks helped police catch a woman running a scam. they said betsy joseph had different sets of
she was using credit cards from egypt in a scam involving online payment systems and phone apps. police say she did this in york, rock hill and pineville. she is on probation in the state from a 2015 conviction. police say at least two men who have not been caught are also allegedly a part of the scam. new this morning, the high school teacher who resigned after a student shared photos, naked photos of her, is suing the district. we told you authorities in union county say that teen got ahold of his teacher's cell phone and posted those online. attorneys for lee ann arthur sued for breach of contract and slander. the student is charged. 17,000 students in new jersey will have to be tested because of lead in the drinking water. they are testing faucets at all public schools in the city of newark.
thousands of children being exposed to toxic water. a teacher alerted the district about discolored water and further testing revealed the lead. i don't want people to get into a crisis thinking there is something like on the scale of flint or that level. it is nowhere near that. alarming lead levels over the past four years in the schools and day scare centers in 42 states including some counties in north and south carolina. this comes days after a panel slammed michigan's governor and the e.p.a. chief for the flint water crisis. governor rick snyder's staff new about the city's problems with water for month before taking action. they switched the city's water source temporarily to water from the flint river in 2014.
a large crane removed the boat yesterday after it was stuck in less than six inches of water for a week. this was in der ver. it was towed back to the all season's marina. the owner was on the lake at night when his gps failed leaving him stuck. we don't have the best weather forgetting out today. >> the other day was amazing to be out on the lake. today, not exactly the case and happy first day of spring. not going to feel like it today though. a chilly start to the morning. if you're heading out to church, it is palm sunday, mid to low 40s now. mid to low 30s. compared to yesterday, we're running 15 degrees cooler so you'll notice that difference in the air. it will stay cloudy and cooler struggling to reach 50 in charlotte today compared to, we reached 70 degrees yesterday. as we went throughout yesterday afternoon, you noticed changes.
we saw the cooler air arriving. that is what we'll have today. your neighborhood forecast for lenore, we'll keep the clouds around struggling to reach the upper 40s. a few sprinkles off and on and then later today, a better chance for steadier rain. right now quiet. we do have the clouds hanging overhead but throughout the day, i just to the this future cast updated a few sprinkles are possible. by midday, mainly tracking the threat for showers in the mountains and some of that will start to mix in with snow flurries as we head through the late afternoon, can't rule out a sprinkle or two here in charlotte but we're tracking this steadier rain. this will roll through tonight. 8:00, 9:00, a chance for showers, snow in the mountains and it clears out by midnight tonight. as far as how much snow we'll see, up to about an inch in the higher peaks. otherwise a light coating.
the overnight hours. behind that it is about the chill. we have freeze warnings in place for these areas shaded in light blue and for the areas in dark blue, a freeze watch in place. that is overnight tonight as temperatures will be at or below freezing tomorrow morning. you'll need the layers as you head out the door tomorrow. close to the freezing mark here in charlotte. mid 20s. as we go throughout the day tomorrow, lots of sunshine but it will stay cooler. highs in the mid-50s. we should be around 64 degrees this time of year. we'll have to wait until midweek before we see that. five-day forecast, it is going to be cloudy and cooler today. i showed you hour-by-hour forecast for this afternoon. in the next half hour, i'll break down your evening forecast and we'll have a better chance for rain in charlotte and we can track that rain with our wwl-tv weather app.
next weekend, should be nice as of light now, but maybe a little cooler in the mid-60s. >> looks beautiful throughout the middle of the week there. a couple cold starts, but otherwise lots of sun. >> you'll have to bundle up. we do need the rain. 6:50 right now. police are warning residents as utility workers. concerned residents during the last month. people are claiming to be city workers and then trying to get into their homes. officers say there should be no reason they would go into your home to check or test the water. clover school board members will hear reports tomorrow about having cameras in special education classrooms. >> they asked the board to consider this after am gations of abuse at the elementary school in 2014. the school's superintendent
study to the board at tomorrow's meeting. cleveland county police said someone persuaded a 4th grader to share a nude video of herself. the reasons police are having a hard time tracking down the person responsible. two homicides right now on the opposite sides of the city. at the top of the hour why some are on edge following the second homicide. >> the number one seeded tar heels got a win against
the tar heels will play the hoosiers in the sweet 16. the reigning national champs duke one win away for the sweet 16 for the 29th time in history. they were well on their well in the first half of play. allen goes around the defense for the land extending the lead to 8 points. blue devils in cruise control. he drains the three. duke leads by 23 points at the break 48-25. second half, a little bit of a back, 12 to play. there is justin sears cleaning up the mess. bulldogs. duke's lead cut. when the going got tough, duke flexed their muscles. he attracted defense and kicks
ingram with 25 points in this one. duke advances with a 71-64 win, their third sweet 16 appearance in the last four years. i told my staff at halftime, i said, you know, we have kind of like fools gold a little bit in that we think we're playing better defense than we are. the weight of the world was on our kids and for a young group, we bet a heck of a team. >> he hit his first shot. i hit my first shot and it can go like that for us where guys can get hot. >> i think as a team we feed off each other when we're doing that. tomorrow single game ticket the for the first round of the 2016 nba playoffs go on sale. you can buy them for the first three potential home games for the hornets online on the team's mobile app or at the
the tickets will go on sale at 10:00 tomorrow. this is another live look at vatican city this morning. it is packed there on the this palm sunday. again, you can see live pictures. this is vatican tv. the pope was just going through the crowd. we'll have to pull that picture up for you in a bit. >> this is the start of holy week and we're starting off with rain. >> it is palm sunday so if you're heading out to services, grab a jacket and the rain gear. we're keep the threat for spotty showers throughout the day, but mostly the mountains until tonight. that is when a steadier batch of rain will push through charlotte. there is a chance for snow in the mountains. we'll be cool throughout the day today, close to 50 degrees here in charlotte. should be around 64 this time of year. we'll see a warmup by the middle of the week and more sunshine as well, but not exactly the nicest start to spring which is officially starting today. feels more like winter.
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right now cmpd is investigating two homicides on opposite sides of the city. >> they could kill innocent child or somebody coming to get their child. it is bad. the drastic measures some neighbors say they may take to keep their family safe. but first we're waking up to temperatures it 40s this morning how warm we're going to get and the timeline for more rain pushing through our area.
vicki graf, you have been tracking the system bringing cooler temperatures our way. >> you'll notice the difference as you head out the door this morning. temperatures running 10 to 15 cooler than it was this time yesterday. charlotte. 40 in salisbury. 37 boone. it is palm sunday today, but it day. cloudy as well. here you can see the temperature difference from this time yesterday so about 16 degrees cooler in charlotte. 16degrees cooler in salisbury. up to ten degrees cooler in the mops. rain pushed through last night, that since cleared out, but another system heading this way. throughout the afternoon, can't rule out a few sprinkles but i'm tracking heavier rain for tonight. i'll break it down to show you when that arrives coming up. thank you vicki. >> you can stay on top of the changing weather conditions